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Enjoy Hassle-Free Online Payment Processing


Businesses need a fast and dependable way to manage client payments, whether online, at the point-of-sale, with an integrated solution, or on wireless or mobile devices. First Bank provides online payment processing to make this easy for you, and ensure you’re able to manage your customer payments correctly and securely.

Online Payment Processing

Payment Processing for Hassle Free Finances

First Bank’s online payment processing offers a pricing advantage while reducing the likelihood of fraud. Our payment services include credit card processing and transaction tools.

Credit Card Processing

This option is available in-store and on mobile and allows you to streamline cash flow. By choosing First Bank’s services, you’re able to take advantage of these benefits:

  • Competitive rates with no hidden fees
  • Multiple authorization networks and transaction processing methods
  • National processing capabilities
  • 24-hour in-house merchant help desk
  • 48-hour merchant settlement (24-hour merchant settlement if going to a First Bank account)

Make Transactions Easier

This tool makes virtual transactions seamless. It can seem complicated, but it’s actually easy-to-use and customize for each merchant. Features of Transaction Central include:

  • Real-time reporting
  • Batch processing
  • Multi-location networking
  • Recurring payments
  • Integrated shopping cart
  • ACH services
  • Managed services

Want to take advantage of these many benefits and capabilities at your business? Online payment processing is highly secure and comes with detailed reporting at First Bank. We offer a broad range of payment processing solutions for in store and mobile retailers.

Start accepting cards at your store today with a free demo or visit a local branch for more information.


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